Use quotes to set off titles of books, movies, operas, plays, poems, songs and works of art, except the Bible and books that are primarily catalogs of reference materials such as almanacs, directories, dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, etc. Do not underline or italicize titles.

Always put the period or comma inside a quotation mark. 

Use commas after each item in a series. 

Example: The University of Findlay offers courses during the spring, summer, and fall semesters.

When writing the month, day and year in a sentence, use a comma after the day.

Example: February 23, 1996.

Spell out the month when it stands alone or with the year. Do not separate the month and year with a comma.

Example: February 1996.

When using numbers in a sentence, write out one through nine, but use figures for 10 and above.